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SYBIUL« INE LEAVES.
Kh>m the Democratic Spy
OLD WINTER W COMING.
Old vrtot*r in coining »c»in— »!•• k! ■ ■
_ How kg andfoM is he!
a pin for a shivering back
old chap to while and Mick—
He whistles Hta chills with • wonderful knack,
For be comes from a could couotree!
A wilty old fellow this winter is—
A might, old fellow hr glee!
H« clacks his )*kee on the pretty, tweet miss;
The wrinkled old meiden, unlit to kies,
Aiid freeze« the dew on their lint —for this
I» i he wey with old fellows like he!
Ho', s Mivy
Old IVint.r', a frollrksoms blad«, I wot,
H« ia wild in hi, humor, snd fr«« I
11.'ll »histl« along, for Ihr '• want of his tho't,'
Ana «et all the warmth of our fur« at nought,
And ruflt. the laces by pretty rirls bought,
AHVoltckeoma fellow la hat
0>d winter ia btawing hia gust along.
And merrily shaking the Iras!
F om mnming 'till night h« will sing his song—
■ Now moaning and short—Now howling and long.
- 8« voies j« loud—for his lungs are riront—
A marryold dsllew » he 1 I. .
Old Winter*« a tough old fellow for blow«.
As tough na aver you See f
Ho will trip up our trotl.r $. and rand our cloth««,
And aliffan our luntw from our fingers tn toe.—
He minds not I ha rrlaa of hiairirnda or hit foes;
4 tough eld felts* ù ha I
A ending old fstlow ia Winter they »ay,
A euntSngnid tallow label '
He pease in the cravicea day by day,
Too«« how w*Ve passing our tun« away—
And marks all our doing* from grave to gay—
I'm Sfraid heV peeping at Anal
[The following .tames by Mis« OouM, from ths Token
for 1832, ia 'one ol the prettier tittle conceits we bave
mat wWb far a long tuna. U reaslndi on« of Leigh Hanf«
musical bust]
rioiT. ...
, The Frost IdSketl forth, on« «till clear night,
And hn ««id, • Now I aball b« out of sight,
•a through 'he valley and over tba I
In alienee I'll lake my way.
I will not go o*t like (he' nlueteriag train,
* Th« Wind and the mow, tha boil and tha rain.
Who mtk* ao much bust)« and note« in rata,
Bui I'll ba as huay os they !'
t,
Then h« went to the mountain and powdered its créât,
Ha el*tub'd up tha tree, sad their bough« he dreeead
With di-maud« and pawl«, and over the braaat
Uf ihe quivering lake heipraod
A cost of mail, that It could not fear
The downward point of insoy a «paar,
That he hung on ito margin far and n«*r.
Where a ruck could raw lU head
He went to th« window« at tbsea who «lagt,
Amt over e«rh pane like a fairy crept.
Afherevar b* breathe,I, wherever haiteppad,
tty the light ,,f th« moon war« eean
Mset beautiful things Thar« war« 8oWeta and tree«,
Thera ware hart«« of biota, and «warms ol bees;
That« War« elliaa.thrones.tamplaa and towers I sad theae
All pictured ia stiver sheen !
j But be dkl one thing that was hardly font
He went to tba cuplwvd ond, „ding than
Thar all had forgone,, for him to prépara,
* "®.w, Juat to rar them • thinking,
J'» Wt« Ai« ba«k«t of fruit.' said ha:
TTue bloated pitcher 11| hunt in that t
Aad tha glace of water thoy ro left for ma,
tchick" to lall them I'm drinking!'
THE AOE OF BRASS
I'vadgh'd but I will eigh no mar«,
For aifrar and for golden ora,
And though 'twould aver pass;
™ 8 , e*a thalr virtue« It have loot.
And I have found that—to my coat—
True vtrtua'i iu tha 0 ass.
\ one« adored « maiden fair.
With ana of Mu« and auburn hair.
And thbught to win th* loaa;
But loan «tapt in a rival—who
Cam«, too, with brazen free
And won her by his brass.
Nh*l
>
•>
>
18«aadi«ti'4 mt on author's pan.
And hoped to ba «uccaeaful then—
True marit'a all > fares;
SïÜÜW** '*•"■ 1 lour"* again,
uonsianc«,' 'twos all in vain—
« won tea edit the bra,,.
>
Naxt, ra a fop upon th« town,
•ou^rtit to K«iu « slight renown.
» d T. ,e,i b y f "hioo'. H taM (
tlMther» full »oon I wan cut out,
nBd driven to the right about
By thus« who had tha bra,,
f
ys htaalo bullies, then,
And laugh to acorn all honest man—
» « hiv» in» rntgir pis»,
Ol»« tec kind Fatal | oak no mar*—
budkisutly ot bra,*.
literary Oaf.
uldrertisemento.
fobTsale
»
The WaAlkHajj lying on ™ Bt.flalo, where i|
is crossed by the Natche? poel-road, is oftèred for
sale or lease on jlho most
tract
A
OR • LEASE.
M , I fitvohtble terms. The
eontstn« 848 seres, 400 cleared. There
a dwelling Imo.Hc.gm, mill, fire., on aaid place
A public ferry » also connectqd with it. An inm
hold« would find it a good stand. A thousand
buahels of corn may b*l„d wtU. the plan. at,on
Immediate pomeasion will b* girmi. For further
information, call on the subscriber near Woodville
A. SHAW.
•J*nuary I», ig32
3
JOHN SWIFT,
mYou Sara landing, La)
folge »nd commodious WARE IJOUS
flJce 0T>8 * Of ^* ind * of Merchmldize and Pm
FOR COTTONux
in the ™ ni,e ? lorcs to renl * «tuated
r"'lT or,be vi1 '^
NdTiCB~
BA
(t
HAS
ES,
t X. n T* hi t of<he under«igned, hereto
mt« «Bntlg under the mime of T. Nettervillc A
" •"»' day dissolved by mutual consent —
gg& ygga fjas: t-ssa
bave cosu to pay -am } *"
U ' nf 9 Ä fA»WTERTlLL£
. 1 * R.*A.- NEPfir
WoofirtHe, Jamrary 18, 183*. -21w3 'ja
•t*i
If \odrilh Hotel.
M
:
ruw.fc
TOE Subscriber Inis ope.icd
flOl'SB, at tlio stund lately occupied by Z
Canfield; whore lie will use lirs best exertions to
accoumii date those who coll upon him, with ev
ery convenience and ,cotnfotl which can I/O pro
cured.
JAMES SCOTT, Jr
Woodville, October 8, 1831.
K>
For Sale,
A QUANTITY of Ctul Iron .Segments and
Pinions, suitable for Gins and Mills, low for cash.
Enquire of MeNuliy Ar Wall, or Israel T. Brown
ing, Ft. Adams. Reference, Dr. Carmichael and
Capt C. Mullord.
JAS F. WINTER.
(P7"Encli set will cost ubout (16, and 1 will |mt
them on ot J|25 each.
Ft. Admis, Dec. 18, I 831.
J. F. W.
6lw8
Steam Saw MiH.
AT FORT ADAMS.
THE subsetiber hiving enmpounded with his
creditors, who hive finally given Inman indulgence
of five years, to pay hit present debts—will, about
the first of January neat, again gat into operation
Ilia Strum Saw Mill, Which no intends le carry on
under Ins own immediate supcnntendunco. lie
expects to lie aide again to supply his friends anti
customers with every description of lumber and at
the same prices as heretofore.
JOSHUA WINTERS.
61w8
Ft. Adalns, Dec. 18, 1131.
NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted tu the subscriber by note
or book account are requested to make immediate
payment.—'The mbteriber will sell a small quanti
ty of groceries low for cash only.
A. DANIEL.
Woodeille, Jan'y. lïlh 1832.
NOTICE
THE tthdersignad having bcén appointed Couq
ty Treasurer for ilm County of Wilkiii shn, and liv
ing a frw unies frotn Woodville, do appoint Tho
mas C Brown it. Co., my Agents to receive and
pay otf claims against the County, in my absence
LA* D. BROWN, CCy. TPtas'r.
N. B. The Assessment Book van lie soon at the
Store uf T, C. Brown dt Co,. Woodville,
December 27, 1831.
2w3
62
NOTICE.
I HAVE left mv notes and accounts in the hands
of U, D. BOYD, Esqr., for collection—Ho is duly
authorized to receive and receipt, and to close all
open uccounts by note or otherwise Those in
debted who do not mnko «ome satisfactory arrange
ment licforo the first of February next, may oximct
to pay cost.
Z. CANFIELD.
January 17, 1832.
IaV
' NOTICE.
LETTERS of Administration having been gran
ted to the undersigned, on lbs Estât* of Austin
Coate,, dec'd., by the Orphans' Court of Wilkin
son county, at its August Term, 1831 ; all ;mrsona
indebted to aaid Estate are requested to come for
ward and make payment, ami all persona having
claims a gainat aaid estate will present them duly
authenticated within ths tim« prescribed by law,
or they will be forever barred
MAR ARET COATES, Adm'x.
January 17, 1^32. 3w6
NOTICE.
THE undersigned having been duly qualified as
Executor of the last will and testament of Mans
Tw-rtu, deceased, at the last February Term of the
Orphan* Court fur tlio county of Amite, A. D.
1831, all persona having claims ugamat said estate
are requested to present them within the time lim
tied by hw, or they will be barred; those indebted
are requested to make payment.
^ . . 1,, HIRAM TERRELL, Ex'r.
doAmito co., Jan'y. 7,1832.
2w3
NOTICK.
WF, will at the Feh usrv term ofthe Hon. Pro
bate Court of Amite county present our account
as administrators of tho estate of Peter Ratlill'e, dec.
for final seulement and allowance, when all
interested may attend If they think proper
Charles ratliffi
l>ersona
E,
THOMAS HAYNES, Admin
istratora of Peler Ratliflcs' estate
Amite county Dec. 27, 1831.
NOTICE.
n "*" »"d «connu belonging to tho Estate
of James Bailey deceased, aro placed in the hands
ofC. 9 fit H.D. Kellogg for colloction. All per
sons indebted to said Etiatc, are hereby notified to
make immediate paymeuttosaid C. 8. fit H. D, Xcl
6t.—62
'T;
an. 11, 1832.
__ 2w—2
\o rh '7T c > Presiding Jut
. * °J ,he C ounty Court of the County of Wilk
i/ifon and State of Mississippi — 9 J
NOTICE 18 HEREBY oJ»6n, That on ap
plicat'on to me by I bornas I. Ncrson or the Couli
ly of Wilkinson and Stale of Mimiesippi wIm.
claims an undivided eighth part of all that tract
of Land lying in said County, being t| ie western
nalt part of section fourteen, of township 2, in
range 3, west of the meridian lino m the ihstnct
west of Pearl River—said tract of land being di
vided from the other half of said section 14, by a
line running north fit south, and lieing the western
half, containing three hundred and twenty teres—
I have nominated George B. Collier, Joliu Mayes
And James Buford, Commissioners lo divido the
said tract of laud into equal shares or parts, and
utitees proper objections are slated to mo at Wood
Villo, on flie'eth day of March next, the said Geo
B. Collier, John Mayes fid James Buford will then
be appointed Commissioners to make partition of
♦he said lands, pursuant to an act entitled "an act
concerning the partition oMands held by copnrcen
eis, joint tenants, and tenements m common
1832™ " n<ler my l " nd * hlS W di>y ° f Janu » r >'i
. __ T. II. PROSSER,
MÏÏ'JCE. —
tf T n e undr ? i 8 nc '!- Administrator ofthe Estate of
H itliam Melton, dec'll., will, at the next Mirt h
l erin, ( 1832J of the Probat« Court of Wilkinson
■Co.miy, iwusent Ins accounis as Administrator, f.„
fifkal settlement and nllowtince,
j „a ,,„ Fl:TEK W. SMITH, Admr
January 26, 1832. 4 W 4* .
T. J. C. C.
■SE
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on;oiu:i'Vnvi:/>
XfiniCAIi c:oij-k«k.
j T.IE publie arc respectfully informed lhat a» in
stitution ht'oataliliahed and iu *u«c*wifulnperiitinn|
IheçlTyof N'w York, tlenorninalcd "Tli< Ko
forints) Medical Colkgo;^ undor ihe pirisdiclmu of
the Reformed Medical Society of lliu i lulled Btnles
•— that this institution has arisen from Ha own in
trinfic moriia, nutwilhatnnding llie opposition «I
illiberal and interested physicians, to an eminence
1 which liai exceeded tlic moil sanguine ex|iet:tatioin
of its friends.
Animaled by I lie flourishing «lato of this Col
lege, and feeling an «idem desire still further to dis
seminate llie valuable sysloin of |iractice therein
taught, a second school of the same character as es
tablished in December 1030, in the town of H'or
rW»gl#n,denooiin«ted"Tlic fVno Keformerl Medi
cal < 'ollcge." This college wns charinrod by the
mate as a literary institution; and, subsequently,
llie board of trustees adopted the above ns the
medical branch of their institution, where all the
various brandies of the healing art are taught on
Ihn reformed system. A number of young men
have here commenced their studies, and numer
oua others have applied fur admission. Ir» locality
presents the greatest advantages to facilitate re
searches in medical botany; the surrounding coun
try abounding with a great variety of medical plants,
and vegetable! production*.
It is situated near the centre of ihn state, on tlm
W'hetstoneriver, 9 miles north ofColtimbus, on the
northern turnpike, and is one of Pc most healthy
and delightful villages in tlio western country.
The ground sttsched to the college contamsevery
variety ofsoil for a Uotnnical Garden. The
sity for an Institution of this kind under tlm direc
tion of competent professors, must be strikingly
ident to all who have reflected on the subject of
medical reform. Here a system of practice is
taught, altogether superior to that taught in oth
er schools, or pursued by other physciians; the
remedial agents being derived from tlio vegetable
kingdom.
1 he efficacy of this practice lias been proved, for
more than half a century, combining tlm improve
ments of tho most distinguished reformers of tlio
present or any other age.—Its superiority has been
so repeatedly demonstrated, as to satisfy the most
wavering ami sceptical. It has been tested
ry variety and form of disease; and its salutary
elhicta witneiwed where the mercurial or miner
al treatment lias been pursued without any benefi
cial eflect, but to the great injury of the constitu
tion.
hi
Z
to
IMS ■ '
t .
,n .
The benefits to be derived by an attendance at
this institution will, we trust, be truly appreciated
by those who wish to acquire a correct knowledge
nfthehealmgart. Here tho student will lie taught
all the modern practice which is deemed necessa
ry, in addition to the botanical; and in consequence
of his residing near the institution and
purmung n
systematic cotime of studies, combining each of
the departments of medicine, ho may acquire a
knowledge of both in a short space of time, and hi
a very small expense in comparison to that of other
medical institutions.
1 be repular full and winter course of lectures
in this institution will commence on the find Mon
day mOcinlH-r, and continue six months or longer,
during which Umo a full count of li^tures in all
the durèrent departments of medical science will
be delivered, wuh daily examinations, Ac.—1st.
Aniloniy and Pbisiology; 2d. Malens Studies
and Pharmacy;3d. Tlmory and Practice of Pliys
•c and aurgory; 4ih. Midwifery; 6lh. Chemistry;
6th. Theoretical and Practical Boluuy; 7tli. Medi
cal Jurisprudence, Ac, Ac.
mer course will bo moro appropriated to botany,
materia médiat, comparative anatomy, and clinical
practice, <£c
I hero being an infirmary connected with the
t. ollpgc, the students will hare the benefit of Clin
real Practice, by which the practical part ul rncdi
cine will lie acquired with ihe theory,
i ^*f r > * ,ud en> on entering Worthington Col
legc, will liecoine an honorary nu mber of tlio Ite
formed Medical Society ofthe Untied Buies, from
whom lie will receive a Diploma, and an Annual
KC|Hirt of all tiled mug* and discoveries of its dif
ferent mem bers, and lie entulcd to oil its constitu
tional privilégia und benefits.
There will
.■a
The spring ami sum
be no specified time lo complete a !
course of studies, but whenever a student »qualified
to pass an examination, he will re ceivo a diploma
BEUt'IStriONS FOR aotiissiox
I. A certificate of good moral character e a
good Moral Educatm* ebarncer. 2. A
Terms.— Ihe price of qualifying a person to
praclice aod accès, to all the advantages of the
Institution, will lie <150 m advance, and <125 at
the close of Ins studies. Every advantage given,
and sonio allowancemade for those in mitigent
circumstance*. Board may ho hud at < pc, week,
and books at Ihe western cily prices.—The prico
of a Diploma, will be $10
(0^ Ihose wishing further informatiin will
please address a letter (post pad) too Col. G. II.
Griswold, or the undersigned, shall receive prompt
attention.
TUO.V. MORROW, Prc't.
Not*.—E ditors publishing thenbuvo Circular 52
times shall receive as com|wusution,a cirtificate en
titling the bearer tu tuition gralis, or an equivalent
to that sum ($160) in medicine, advice or attend
ance, from us orany of our Society,
bailing it 26 limes, to half that
Those pub
91 ■- compenaatien.
1IIOBO who published the other Circular ofthe O
hio Reformed Medical College, by discontinuing
that und inserting this, ahull be entitle»! to the
privilege herein set forth, and the limo reckoned
from tho commoncement of the former. New ar
rangements, in this institution, render this altera
tion indispensably necessary.
T V MORROW.
(Krl ho connection between this instilulina anti
myselfbeuig dissolved, all |»tsoos are requested
to address their communications to Dr. T V
Morrow. ' *
J. J. StEELK.
< Ohio Reformed Medical
College, April 28, 1831.
m
ntrw ApWMSTlUTOieiS SALE.
t CRB U A NT to an order front the Hon. Pro
bate Court of Wdkmson Cotinjy, I will on Satur
■lay the 4lb day of February next, at the resid
rncc of Sjtnl. I uibevillr, sell at public sale
credit of six months, all tbo i«>rs(mal Estate of Jo
HOI) Jtf\U all,VC8 ) consisting ol
lnd kitchen FURNI J URE
•UOrovid^ Burcl.asers givmg a note with
opproved ©security.
on a
the
the
MARTHA ANN ILER.
Dec. 26, 1831.
MAGISTRATE'S
SS»» BLANKS
For iqjte at tlrls Oflicy.
in
Ko
of
in
«I
of
is
JAIL CO.iiMITIttJWWTS. .
notice.
\VaS committed to tlm Jail of 1'ikc 1
County Mississippi, us a runaway by
IVter (Join, Esq. on fhe )3lbOcf.|
last, s likely Negro Boy, who calls Ins ;
name William Harry, and says lie be
longs to Jos* i'll Milliard of Louisiana,
about five fret eight inches,
ik
\
Set« nogro in
high, and about 28 years of »pc, lias a small scar
the right sidg of his chin-—also« large scar'
on his breast. I(nd on when committed an old for ',A
hut, purple coloured cloth roundabout, ostiaburgha
shirt, white cotton pnntsloons, nod a pair of com
mon shoes.
The owner of said slave is rctptPstod to com
ply with tho law, and take him out of Jail.
JAM EH !.. RKKD, Jailor
llnlmcsvillc, .Vor. 6, 1031
I ■
I
WAS committed to the jail of A -
. ._■ . ...
mite cotmty, Missiostppt, by Charles
Davis, Esor ns a runaway, orv the
"d day of December, 1(131, a Negro
Man culling bis name HANNIBAL, the
aliout 23 yearn of age—yellow com
plection—5 feet 4 1-2 inches high—Inis a large ! ho
scar on Ilia forehead—rather over lus left eye—- i
also a small Bear under Jsss left eye—Said negro
say* he liolongn to \V m . Denton living on Red River
—that lie was purchased by said Denton in New
Orleans, with five others—and that they were put
board of the Steam Boat Washington, which
touched at "Port Hudson," at which place heran
a way.—8nid|ncgro had on when committed blanket
a ll a a- i , by
roondjneket, blue domestic panlaloons, an old
chocked shirt tinder a fine cotton start—wool hat.
Tire owner of said negro is requested to comply
with the law, and lake him out of jail.
MORGAN DAVIS, Shff. Jf Jailor.
Lilierty, Mississippi, December 4, 1831.
NOTICE.
on
i i
NOTICE.
t COMMITTF.I) to the Jn it of Amite
County, Mississippi, on the l!)tli inst.,
by Wiliam Slcwart, jr. Esqr. a negro
man named JIM,—»ays he belongs to
Alexr. Putney, a negro trader,—that
he was bought of Col. Hell in Raleigh, N. C.,—
says he runaway from aaitl Putney near somo river,
lie thinks Pearl River.—Said negro is about 24
years eld, 6 feet 3 1-2 inches high, not yellow nor
ry black.—Said boy came to Col. Wade Hamp
ton's negroes, where they were canqieil near Mr.
Woodward's not far from the La line, and acknow
ledged himself a runaway, on winch the servant
having charge of Col Hampton's negroes, had lum
confined and brought to jail. Jim had on when
committed cotton shirt, dark domestic round jack
et, cassinett pantaloons, and nn old wool hat.
The owner of said negm is requested to comply
with the law, and take him oui ofjnil.
MORGAN DAVIS,
Sheriff Sç Jailor of Amite County.
Liberty. Amite county, Mi. Jan'y 22,1832.
NOTICE.
c.
at
n
of
a
hi
all
■1
WAS committed to the Jail of
/n, Wilkinson County, State of Miasis
•"l'l'b 88 a runaway, on the 28th
Ah) day of November lust, by G. D.
W u) Boyd, Esqr., n negro man who cnlls
My M I 1 '* name DAVID, and says he be
—JLwSa longs to a Mr. Winfield, a trader —
Said negro is dark complected, about 6 feet 6
7 inches high, about 20 years old—had on when
committed litisey woolsey coat, cotton shirt and
panto loons.
The owner of tho above described negro is re
quanted to come forwnrd. prove property, pay char
ges, and take him out of jail, otherwise ho will be
deult with as the law directs.
Ol
is
the
BENJ. TUABEVILI.E, Jailor.
Decttmber 3, 1831.
48
NOTICE.
LET'I ERS Testamentary with the will annexed,
having been granted to the undersigned, by the
Hon. Probate Court of Wilkinson cotmty, at u
.special Term held On the 8tli NoV'r. 1831, on the
a ! of Xae,uiriak Smith, deceased, all thus« in
Eslatn are rcquesletl lo make inline
l M . v m«'iit,and those having claims ure required
^'T 1 J ! h T duljr » l ulh8 ** , 1 »," ,ed ,t,e ütoe
prescribed by law, or they will be barre.1 recovery,
JN(( . L WALL, Executor,\c.
January 3, 1832.
Iw«
NOTICE.
LETTERS of atlminisirnlinn having been grnnt
to the undersigned, by the Hon. Court of Pro
bate for the cuunty of Wilkinson, at the August
Term, 1831, upon the Esinte of Elisabeth II.
Bruce, deceased— all persons indebted to said Es
tate will pleure make immediate payment, and all
thoso who have claims against said Eslnloare re
quested to present them duly authenticated with
in the lime prescribed by law, or they will lie forev
ct barred recovery.
cd
and
sage,
ply
JNO. !.. BRUCE. Adm'r.
Woodville, Dec. 21, 1831.
52
LAW NOTICES.
CHAÜNCEYS. Sfli. D KELLOGG con
tiinio to practice l.aw as heretofore.—Tlieir Of-1
fice is opposite the Bank.
IVoodviUr, January 6, 1832.
oil
ter,
and
gains!
enteil
will
3yl
J. IV. GILD ART i( J. J. EVELET/T,
< oi .nhem.urs Al Attorneys at Law,
HAVING associated themselves in the practice
of 1*W, will attend to alt profession at business
entrusted to them in the Circuit, Cuiiuly 4: Or
phans courts in Woodville.—They will attend the
Supreme Chancery Courts ofthe State &. the
Circuit Court* of Amite, Franklin mul Pike C
ties.—Office East sale of the Public Square
posile the Court House.
Wootlviile Nov. 20,1830.—44_tf
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i op
In
I
case
iho

will
I
i
,i
23rd.
C. P. SMITH if p, ip FARRAR.
WILL hereafter practice LAW in co-jmrtncrship,
m the l onrts held in Woodville, and will attend
theC irenit Courts of Franklin fit Amite- and the
diilerei" sessions uf the Supreme and Chancery
Courts .4 toe Stale-Office on the East si,le ofthe
Public Squire where one or both of them may at
bus»"* ' U l ° Un ' 1 ' U " ,e " ab8Cnt on P rol ' c « i nt*nl
Woialville, March 6, 1831.
9
DR. auo. r. ,}J || 'HORTER
18 0, be tound at fill times at his office, adjacent
the office ol B.mxth dj- FARKAB.or at liis dwelling,
the house formerly occupied hy Captain Waide
when not engaged prelcssionallv
January 26, 1832. 4
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cic-Orleans Sc Iiay ou So yah
LINE OP PACKETS.
riAO mrrrasr the far i ilie. bntween the Cily of Key.
I Orlean» «n.l Itaynu Sarah, the Hayon Surah Stttm
I float Company have pim-linaeri the new and -plends
BO AT Tll.fct.RAI'H, (Uw Prnura) us
intend tunning her regularly between the above
touching „t all intermediate landing,.
Thr of r „ We „ now con , i>ti of , h e r„l„ m u
Capt R Momlord, the Cotton Plant, Cajit C. I iur«T
the Telegraph, Capt C. S. Crane.
Their days of departure from Bayou Sarah, Ǥ ,
! ho as follows:
i Ths Columbia, Capt Mumford, every Friday at 12 o'cletV
Th« Cotton Plant, Capt. Laurent, »«dneaday 12.
Thp Telegraph, C«pt. Cran«. Sunday 12.
Will depart from New-Orleans —
The Columbia, every Tuesday at 10 o'clock;
Colton Plant, Sunday 10 o'clock;
If l, '* , * r,h ' Thur,,l ' ,y ,0 '
Th " * bo '' I! boat * V' ai ' of ,h * fin ! 1 rl »*' ,r * ro """»»«
by men einer imireri in th'trade, by whom no exrrtio*
wtn U ^i.red to giv. satisfaction,
Bayou Sarah, Dec. 1. 1831.
comply- ÿr —r-— ---—
H ^ffUlar Packet.
nrlween Hai/nu Sarah and heir-Orlrani.
WILL leave Bayou Sarah Landing every SUN
DAY, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
The fast
running, Low Pressure Steam Hot
'
PLANTER,
H. YOUNG, Master,
and on her return, leave Nkw-Orlkass ere#
THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock, A. M , touching»
the intermediate landings. For freight or passaR
having very superior accommodations, apply «
board.
Bayou Sarah, August 20, 1831.
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For New-Orleans, .
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS,
Tlm well known Low Pressure Bteam M , *
or
furl
Th,
has
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■he
not
il
COLUMBIA,
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R. M UM FORD, Master, si,*
WILL leave Bayou Sarah, for the above poû
every Satarday at 10 o'clock, A M. and on he •'**
return, leave New-Orleans for Bayou Sarah, M's i
nesdays at tO o'clock A. M.
(KTThis Boat has, under the supcrintemlancea • erv
Capt. Mumford, tindergutte a thorough repair,
is now very subntantiul. For fruiglit or passap
having lino accommodations—Apply on board # *®d
the Captain, or to
dut]
rent
4ino
lyd
the
MAXWELL & HUDBON
Bayou Sarah, Sept. :i0th, 1831.
*1
40
mai
For New-Orleans,
AND INTERMEDIATE LA A DINGS,
TH* NEW AND FAST RUNNING «TEAMÏR
wht
■ft
It
betr
v»t
bro*
COTTON PLANT,
Capt. C. LAURENT,
WILL leave BAŸOU SARAH for Nee
Orleans every WEDNESDAY, ut 12 o'clock.«
and New-Orltuns for Bayou Sarah, every _
DAY at 10 o'clock, A. M.—For freight or pit
sage, having 1 very superior accommodations, »p
ply on board, or to
MAXWELL fit HUDSON.
Bayou Sarah, July 15, 1831.
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NOTH E t y
LL I ri.RS of Administration having been grunt 0 fter
oil to the undersigned, on the Eslatu of Mary Tot JJ,
ter, dec'd., by the Orphans' Court of Wilkin** ] avci
County, at its Nov. Term, 1831; nil persons it
tlebted to said Esinte are requested to come forwari
and make paymeni, and all itérons having claims ;•
gains! said estate will present them duly aullient
enteil within the time prescribed hy Inw, or lliej
will be forever burred.
•otiit
ono
JOHN MAYES, A.lt«>
January 12, 1832.
2wti
THOB. McDowell, r>. PHILI.IPQUIGLKV
In the Circuit Court of Amite County, Oetobc
Term, 1831, attachment for the sum of seed) .f—
dollars.
mote
ORDERED, That publication be made jn the ,f
case lour weeks successively, in the MississipF and
Democrat, a paper published in Woodville, t« moth
quiring the Defendant lo appear on tlifc first day d tutfo
iho next I erm ot this Court, and pleat), nnswci, 01 but
lemur to the Plaiiilitl's dedurution, or jutl"» 0 It
will bo rendered agninsl him by default, and tl» self,
proporty attached be sold. mto
I certify the above .to ho a trot: copy from il» the
minutes of said Court.
W. BAKER, D. Clerk, , :o ,
For Gab. Felder, Che. ofthi
ÄR. J DUN LAI* *"
resume his school
23rd. School r
4w4
ch
Monday Janna" tj^y
on
. room ns heretofore,
H oodrille, January 20, 1832.
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